If you’re like most homeowners, you probably don’t think about your sewer lines very often. But these hidden pipes play a vital role in your home’s plumbing system, carrying waste water away from your home and into the municipal sewer system. Over time, sewer lines can become clogged with grease, tree roots, and other debris, which can cause backups and flooding. A sewer camera inspection is a non-invasive way to assess the condition of your sewer lines and identify any potential problems.
A sewer camera will be inserted in the sewer cleanout on the exterior of the home, and will be ran up to 100 feet to the city’s main sewer line. (This sewer line camera inspection does not include the sewer or drain lines beneath the home, to properly inspect these lines you will need to a licensed plumber to remove toilets and have them perform a camera inspection of those areas.)